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https://youtu.be/C015cTfG_Vc

New, improved, USA made, better priced version of the Micro-Roni. The GlockStore had a weekend sale on these ($199 shipped in TN, prolly 'cause they have a site in TN now). I grab'd one late Sunday, and of course it's now BO'd. Not too thrilled about that. I've worked in retail in the past and short-ordering promotionals isn't uncommon.....but risky, since it tends to PO your customer base.

 

Any Roni folk out there? Your thoughts on the MCK?

 

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No choppers required. It'll last until some moron uses one in a mass shooting, even tho' it has zero impact on capacity or rate-of-fire.
Took about 4wks to get mine....delivered to my door, and I do like it...a lot. Makes a big diff in my target groupings at 25yds; I haven't been to the outdoor range to try it past that distance, but 9mm ballistics-wise, 50yds is about max anyway. I skipped their custom package, as I already had some of those items (QD sling, flashlight). Bought my own flip-up backup sights and had a spare red/green-dot reflex on-hand. 
Makes a great little HD package, or folds to fit in a truck console if desired....depending on yer truck.

 

 

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<grumble, grumble>

I just ordered a Ruger PC Carbine last week from Palmetto State Armory since they had it for $399 shipped.  It arrived at my FFL today, but I didn't have time to go pick it up yet.  In the meantime I ordered one of the MCKs from Guns Midwest for $178.79 (including shipping and 2.5% credit card fee).  Thanks for helping my bank account whimper (even more) by pointing out the MCK. <grin>

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